The Egyptian Cat

Rated 4.67/5 based on 3 reviews
An Atlanta bookstore owner, finds her life interrupted by a romantic male entity from another time and place. With her best friend and her ex-lover, the trio solve the mystery of the Egyptian cat and the man who invades Catherine’s life and her heart. The search takes readers to New York, England and Alexandria, Egypt sixty years in the past and travel without frequent flyer miles.

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Words: 68,690
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452391472
About Diane Reaves

Diane has always been a writer of sorts, from making up stories in her head when she was a pre-teen, working for the high school & college papers, majoring in radio-TV journalism in college, and giving her talents to non-fiction as a public relations professional - a real job. In between, she co-authored two fitness books, one translated in several languages and brought in royalties for over 20 years. Now retired, she’s finally writing the fiction she imagined creating all along. Growing up in the Midwest and living in the Southeast, Northeast and now the beautiful Northwest, she includes her scenic travels in the stories she creates about the wonderful characters she has met and known. Diane and husband, Graham, co-authored restaurant reviews for a newspaper and co-hosted a radio program of romantic music for a non-profit station. Expect some romance in her books, including “The Muse,” ready for publication.

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Review by: nancyrb15 on March 27, 2011 :
by Nancy Bulmer on Mar 27,2011: *****
I really enjoyed this book. Hated to see it end and am looking forward to the sequel, as well as other books by Diane Reaves. Will recommend this book to my friends with Kindles.
(reviewed 76 days after purchase)

Review by: dianer on March 07, 2011 :
Author Diane Reaves captures her audience with this fast- paced adventure about several colorful and evolving characters in locales such as Atlanta, London and Alexandria, Egypt. Her character development is excellent as are the descriptions of the various locales, past and present. This is an exciting book of wonder and possibilities. We're looking forward to her sequel.
(reviewed 7 months after purchase)

Review by: Sue Redkey on Dec. 07, 2010 :
This was a very engaging story, with believable characters and an intriguing mystery to solve. I liked the author's technique of presenting parts of the story in the different voices of her characters. I look forward to more from this author.
(reviewed 44 days after purchase)

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